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<p>A survey was carried out to determine the population of street dogs and people's opinion about their persistence in Pokhara Valley, Nepal. Information of street dog population was necessary to construct a future animal birth control (ABC) plans. For this, mark-resight survey method was used. Further, local residents were interviewed to know their opinion about the persistence of street dog population in that area. Among total 1767 dogs, 1072 (60.66%) were male, 641 (36.28%) were female anddoi:10.3329/bjvm.v13i1.23722 fatcat:ebn36lgdrnhp5l5254xc2ifwwy